The exhibition “How did I get to the bomb shelter” opened in Lithuania last week! Our previous exhibition is currently on tour, and now it is located in Klaipeda, Lithuania. We are very excited and grateful for the collaboration, as well as the opportunity to continue to bring this important message out to people! How […]
Thirteen novels, poetry collections, and short stories have been nominated for the 2024 Nordic Council Literature Prize. The list of nominees for this year delivers a strong literary field spanning the entire Nordic Region. The prize has been awarded since 1962. The Nordic Council Literature Prize goes to a literary work written in one of […]
Today, February 6, the Sami National Day is celebrated in memory of the first Sami national meeting being held in Trondheim on this day in 1917. We look back at last year’s Arctic Waves and the Sami musicians who had fantastic performances here in the Nordic House. Enjoy the music of these talented musicians today: […]
We have had the year`s first meeting with the Nordic embassies and representations today. Nordic cooperation, language, culture, literature and innovation were on the agenda. Thanks for the meeting!
Dear guests, due to renovations, the Nordic House Library and the Children’s Library will be temporarily closing from February 19th. The library is scheduled to open again as soon as June 2024. The renovations are part of the general renovation of the Nordic House, which has been going on since 2022. As the building is […]
För våren 2024 söker vi tre praktikanter inom tre separata program. Som praktikant i Nordens hus är du en del av ett dynamiskt team, som arbetar med kulturutbyte mellan Island, Norden och de baltiska länderna i form av samarbetsprojekt med kulturinstitutioner, konstnärer och forskare i hela regionen. Nordens hus har en bred verksamhet och arrangerar kontinuerligt utställningar, […]
Today, the jury for the Nordic Council’s Literature Prize had its final meeting to select the winner for the year 2023. The book that is chosen as the winner will be announced on October 31st! Yesterday, the jury visited the Nordic House for a tour of the library followed by dinner at Sónó restaurant here […]
Karen Ellemann new Secretary General of Nordic Council of Ministers Karen Ellemann has been a member of the Danish parliament, the Folketing, since 2007 and has held a number of ministerial posts in the Danish government. She will take up the role of Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers on 1 January 2023. […]
The Embassy of Sweden in Reykjavik promotes the extensive and close relations between Sweden and Iceland and assists Swedish citizens. The embassy staff consists of the ambassador and the his secretary, who come from Sweden, as well as three full-time local employees. A more detailed description of our operations can be found on the website […]
One-on-one appointments with grant programme advisers are available! Autumn’s application rounds for the Nordic and Nordic-Baltic grant programmes will open after sommer holidays. In August, the Nordic Culture Point intensifies the grants information with a possibility to book an online appointment with a grants adviser. We offer appointments on 23–24 August and you can choose […]
Restaurant SÓNÓ will be open on friday and saturday evenings from now on, with a brand new menu to celebrate spring which is now in full bloom. Sónó’s menu is seasonal and follows the course of the moon with the best available at any given time. They get their ingredients and inspiration to a large […]
För hösten 2022 söker vi tre praktikanter inom tre separata program. Som praktikant i Nordens hus är du en del av ett dynamiskt team, som arbetar med kulturutbyte mellan Island, Norden och de baltiska länderna i form av samarbetsprojekt med kulturinstitutioner, konstnärer och forskare i hela regionen. Nordens hus har en bred verksamhet och arrangerar kontinuerligt […]
Opening Hours for Easter: 14. apríl – OPEN 15 apríl – Closed 16. apríl, Saturday – OPEN 17. apríl, Sunday – The Nordic House is closed but the exhibition in Hvelfing is open 10:00 – 17:00 18. apríl – Closed
The Nordic House had the privilege of hosting the Finnish artist Saara Ekström. Saara is an admirer of Icelandic nature and came to Iceland to collect material for her art and be inspired. “I’m very happy to be invited to the Nordic House to work on a project connected to the earth’s strata and geological […]
The Nordic House is closed today on Friday, February 14th because of the storm. We are open again on Saturday 10-17. Stay safe!
The Nordic House will open at 1 PM Wednesday, September 4th and close at 1 PM Friday, September 6th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Wednesday, September 4th open from 1 PM-5 PM Friday, September 6th open from 10 AM – 1 PM
Welcome to Kynjaþing, a feminist assembly, which is held November 2nd in the Nordic House Kynjaþing is a democratic and feminist forum for the public. The agenda for the day is organized by NGOs and grassroots organizations, where the idea is to enhance dialogue between us who are concerned about equality in the world. This […]
Nordens Hus på Færøerne søger en projektleder Vil du arbejde med at afvikle møder og konferencer, udvikle Nordens hus som et fremragende konferencested og en spændende destination til rejsende på Færøerne og gå aktivt ind i arbejde med Nordens Hus’ hjemmeside og placering på de sociale medier? Er du interesseret i et dynamisk arbejde hvor […]
This year’s summer tour will feature conductor Lawrence Foster and soloist Vikingur Ólafsson. The orchestra will be comprised of about 80 musicians and will tour from August 8 to August 25. Please see the details below on how to participate. You need to submit a video so we can see you play. Join us this […]
Nordic Culture Point is an active cultural organisation that works with the whole of the Nordic Region as its platform. The organisation has three main areas of activity. We provide the secretariat function for three Nordic funding programmes: the Culture and Arts Programme, the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture and NORDBUK. We run a cultural […]
The Nordic House is closed from 24 of December 2015 and reopens January 2, 2016.
The Nordic House will close early today because of bad weather. Business as usual from tomorrow.
ART TALK – Red Snow- Ice in Motion. 15. November at. 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Jon Proppe, art historian will lead discussions about the exhibition. The event will be held in Icelandic. Red Snow in the Nordic House
Dear guests The Nordic house will be closed Thursday October 29th from 09:00-15:00 Kind regards The Nordic house
The Culture and Art Programme is now open for applications. For further information www.kulturkontaktnord.org or send your request to the Nordic house email@example.com
Under 2015 utdelas anslag vid två tillfällen, dels under våren, dels under hösten. Ansökningarna skall insändas senast den 15 februari och senast den 15 september 2015. Poststämpelns datum gäller. Besked om utdelade anslag ges skriftligen i slutet av maj respektive i slutet av november 2015. Mer information findes her: http://www.letterstedtska.org/anslag/anslagsutlysning/
The Nordic House will be closed during public holiday on Sunday the 2nd of August and Monday the 3rd of August. We look forward in seeing you again on Tuesday August 4th.
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The Nordic House email service is temporarily down. Please send your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.